➸ [Read] ➳ I'll Be Seeing You By Lurlene McDaniel ➽ – Transportjobsite.co.uk

➸ [Read] ➳ I'll Be Seeing You By Lurlene McDaniel ➽ – Transportjobsite.co.uk chapter 1 I'll Be Seeing You, meaning I'll Be Seeing You, genre I'll Be Seeing You, book cover I'll Be Seeing You, flies I'll Be Seeing You, I'll Be Seeing You b280377f54677 Carley Mattea Never Expected To Become Friends With A Boy As Handsome As Kyle Westin Especially Not In The Hospital Seventeen Year Old Kyle Was Blinded When A Chemistry Experiment Exploded His Doctors Don T Know Whether He Ll Get His Vision Back, And He S Deeply Depressed Carley Understands How Miserable It Is To Be In The Hospital At Sixteen, She S Had Plenty Of Experience But Carley Is Keeping A Secret From Kyle She Knows Boys Like Girls Who Are Pretty And She S Not Scarred By A Facial Deformity, She Has Always Used Her Sense Of Humor To Cope But Now That She S Become So Close To Kyle, She S Worried That If His Bandages Are Removed And He Sees Her, It Will Be The End Of Their Relationship Carley Wants What S Best For Kyle But What Will That Mean For Her

10 thoughts on “I'll Be Seeing You

  1. says:

    People can t help the way they look, just the way they act This was cute Carly is in the hospital after breaking her leg but it s not her first visit when she was younger, they found her headaches were from a tumor and had to operate The operation left her changed her face not the same it was before Carly faces the world with humor It s a little dark and sometimes she over does it, but at least she is facing the world I think Carly s frustrations with people not being nice and being shallow is still accurate today.I liked Reba and thought she was a great addition to the story I also liked Janelle, her sister Kyle was almost too good to be true but I know he s possible The tape player and lack of cell phone or computer laptop was the only thing to really make this story feel dated It was cute and I enjoyed it for the quick read it was.

  2. says:

    This romance novel is about a girl named Carley who has a terrible facial deformity While in the hospital with a broken leg, she meets a boy named Kyle who has temporarily lost his eyesight because of a chemistry experiment that went terribly wrong The two kind of seem to fall in love, but Carley is too frightened to tell Kyle that she is secretly ugly, and her refusal to see him almost ruins their friendship romance I think that Lurlene McDaniel s intentions in writing this novel were initially good she wants to appeal to teenagers who are 1 insecure about their appearance, and 2 desperately want a boyfriend and or girlfriend I therefore think she s trying to push for teenagers to be less superficial and accept themselves as they really are, as well as telling them that they can eventually find someone who will love them romantically regardless of their outside features However, McDaniel ultimately undercuts this emphasis on the inside rather than outside person Carley is an angsty brat even so than most teenagers, including myself, which is saying something who only surmounts the challenge of her facial deformity because she gets plastic surgery Kyle says he accepts Carley regardless of her appearance, but he is still repulsed by her misshapen face This novel lacked character development, a coherent plot, or a follow through in the moral that people should love you regardless of your personal appearance I didn t read many romance novels as a teenager, but the ones I did like Nicola and the Viscount and Victoria and the Rogue by Meg Cabot at least featured strong female heroines and moral male leads, neither of whom needed plastic surgery to feel good about themselves I understand why this novel and its attempted themes would seem to appeal to teens however, for a novel that deals explicitly and directly with teens coming to terms with the fact that people judge them based on their personal appearance, teenagers and adults should try something like Goth Girl by Barry Lyga or Wintergirls by Laurie Halse Anderson both of which feature developed characters, interesting plotlines, and problems that aren t fixed with solutions as easy as Carley s plastic surgery.

  3. says:

    Growing up this was on my top 10 list of favorite books It s a short novel and although I would have loved at least 100 pages or a sequel, I can t help but love this book I discovered this book as a teenager and read it all in one night, going to school glassy eyed from not sleeping hehe The story of Carly and Kyle is just lovely Carly represents so many girls. If you ve ever been insecure about yourself, lack confidence, been teased for the way you look, or have a sister who is gorgeous and standing next to her you fall short, you can relate to Carly She s this beautiful person in the inside who s outside doesn t reflect that Scarred and disfigured from cancer to save her life Carly is the dog faced girl And before you ask why she just doesn t fix her face with plastic surgery take into account that this book took place in the early 90s and that no doctor wants to risk working on her face from the amount that had to be cut out of her face Read the full review on my website Love Story Reads

  4. says:

    So I ended up giving this romance novel one star, but I will admit I debated over whether this should be ranked with a Meh or I want those hours of my life back and I sided with the latter It was a pretty painful read for me and I am a fairly tolerant reader Luckily it was a quick read because I think my roommate would have gotten sick of all of my mumblings and grumblings and exasperated sighs I wasn t too fond of any of the characters and Carley s jokes were painful It was like listening to your unfunny relative at a family party crack unfunny jokes for two hundred pages Ok, I am probably being a little unfair, the book offered some interesting perspectives and insights into the life of a teenage girl, particularly a teenage girl with significant hardships But her hardships were just an extreme version of what most teenage girls go through, the whole thinking nobody can ever love you because you aren t a supermodel complex thing Also, perhaps this was just me, but the jet flyover thing was a bit much for me to handle and of course it happened on Valentine s day Were they for real about that So painful in fact, almost as painful as all of Carley s little deceptions to trick Kyle the temporarily blind kid I want those hours of my life back

  5. says:

    I ll Be Seeing You really opened my eyes The challenges you face when you re not perfect are extraordinary The book takes you on a life journey of wanting to be normal And a love story between two young adults that are lost because neither one is normal This book is the best book I ve read in years I couldn t put it down All a young adult this book grabbed my attention from the first page No one knows what it s like to be abnormal and Lurlene does an awesome job at describing it While I was reading this book I was able to place myself in Carley s place As I ll Be Seeing You Takes you on a journey of a teen struggling to fit in Every time I opened this book I did not want to put it down Although I was able to finish it in one day it was worth reading I would recommend this book to young women to let them see the affects of teasing some one that is not just like them Lurlene McDaniel writes many books Most of them have to deal with a teen suffering with cancer I am obligated to read of her books because this one was so excellent.

  6. says:

    Sixteen year old Carley suffers from a facial deformity that was a result of having tumor removed from her brain Though she recovers, she finds herself spending a little bit of time in the hospital again for an unrelated injury, and this is where she meets Kyle Kyle has gone blind from a science experiment gone wrong, and this gives Carley the opportunity to get to know him without having to deal with her facial deformity However, she is not completely honest with Kyle, and this ends up being a problem for both of them as the plot progresses Though many parts of this romance are a little cheesy and cliche, McDaniels does do soem justice to the theme of judging others based on their looks I think that this book would work really well with younger girls, because then the fact that it is slightly cheesy will not matter quite as much and will be audience appropriate Still, even though I criticize the cheesiness it is not anything worse than I have already seen in dozens of chick flicks, and so I think that girls will enjoy it as a fun read and will probably relate to Carley s feelings of anxiety over how she looks.

  7. says:

    Genre Romance Lurlene McDanielSixteen year old Carly s face is deformed after surgery when she was twelve years old After staying in the hospital for knee surgery four years later, she meets Kyle, a boy her age who has temporarily lost his sight As Carly and Kyle grow closer as friends, Carly begins to fear Kyle gaining his sight back because she doesn t want him to see her deformed face This is the second Lurlene McDaniels book I ve read and it is very similar to the first With poor writing and cheesy lines and plot, it was difficult to get through However, the issues dealing with boys, healing, image, and self esteem make it a perfect read for teenage girls No one dies in the novel like in many of McDaniel s other books, but it ends happily, giving a positive, predictable ending to a perfect teenage romance.

  8. says:

    This was a pretty good book I was reading it so I could go to sleep I can t seem to sleep without reading any woops D and I just couldn t stop reading I knew I had to wake up early in the morning the next day but I just wanted to know what was going to happen.I was able to relate to Carely a lot since I went through a difficult stage of having severe acne The whole story was well written I love how the author solved aloof problems, such as the relationship between the main character s sister s boyfriend and her.I wasn t very happy with the unsatisfying ending It seemed to abrupt and rushed.

  9. says:

    I read this book all in one day and was surprised It had a good ending I was happy about that This book is very sweet at the end but also in a way annoying because Carley doesn t trust Kyle to still like even after he can see her face which is partially deformed She lies and even uses her sister to prevent herself from getting hurt Eventually though after a long time she gets proven wrong in that she thought that Kyle would never go for a girl like her who isn t pretty One thing I didn t like was how just when the book seems to be getting good it ends.

  10. says:

    This book was about a girl named Carley made friends with a guy named Kyle and they meet at the hospital Kyle s eye was blinded by the chemical explosion he performed Carley is worried that if Kyle gets his vision back, would he abandoned her as friend because she is not pretty In this story, I learned that not everything in the world is based on appearance There is always other factors that effects the inside of something and would cover the importance of appearance.

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